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The Weather in Lanikai
Above are the weather conditions for Lanikai. August is the warmest month in Lanikai with average maximum temperatures of 86°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 68°. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is January.
Stay at a Lanikai vacation home, close to one of Oahu's best beaches
Lanikai Beach, one of Hawaii's foremost vacation spots, offers a wide range of vacation homes to cater to all tastes. If you want to be as close to the ocean as possible, opt for a beachside cottage – they often have direct access to the seashore. A few blocks back from the beach, properties are larger, detached, and often have an elevated deck with sea views or a private pool.
Hawaiian food – more than poke
Most visitors have heard of the traditional Hawaiian dish of poke, a raw fish salad. While there are certainly plenty of poke restaurants around Lanikai, there's a range of other local favorites as well. Kalua pork, cooked in a fire pit, is deliciously succulent, and the many Asian-inspired dishes made with rice, noodles, and squid are excellent too.
Swimming and beach fun at Lanikai
When you're on vacation in Lanikai, the kids will be drawn to the beach. The protected lagoon waters are calm and very safe for swimming, and the powdery white sand is ideal for sandcastle building. There are coral reefs in the water just offshore, and stronger swimmers will enjoy snorkeling among the tropical fish. In the unlikely event of tiring of the beach, head down the coast to Sea Life Park Hawaii, where you can see penguins and sea lions, or even swim with dolphins.
Learn about America's military history
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 was a dark moment in beachy Oahu, and there are several important sites dedicated to the attack and its aftermath. Take a self-guided tour and then a boat trip to the USS Arizona Memorial. In the vicinity, you'll also find the Pacific Aviation Museum, the USS Bowfin, and the USS Missouri. Step on board and find out what life was like as a sailor in the 1940s.
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